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1946-47 British Ice Hockey Season
The 1946-47 British Ice Hockey season featured the English National League and Scottish National League.[1]Contents1 English National League 2 English National Tournament2.1 Results3 English Autumn Cup3.1 Results4 Scottish National League4.1 Regular season 4.2 Playoffs5 Scottish League Flag Competition5.1 Results6 Simpson Trophy6.1 Results7 Canada Cup7.1 Results8 ReferencesEnglish National League[edit] Main article: 1946–47 English National League season English Nation
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Fife Flyers
Blue, gold, and white               Owner(s) Tam MuirHead coach Todd Dutiaume Fife Flyers Ice Hockey Club is the oldest professional ice hockey club in the UK, established in 1938. The Flyers play their home games at Fife Ice Arena
Fife Ice Arena
in Kirkcaldy
Kirkcaldy
which has a capacity of just Over 3000 (seated and standing). The arena is home to not only Fife Flyers, who play in the Elite Ice Hockey League
Elite Ice Hockey League
but also to Kirkcaldy
Kirkcaldy
Junior Ice Hockey Club. Traditionally many of the Flyers' players have come up through the junior ranks to play at a "professional" level. Ice hockey has successfully been a part of the Fife community since the Flyers' inaugural season in 1938. The Flyers have put together a team of players from the UK, Europe, and North America
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Brighton Tigers
The Brighton
Brighton
Tigers were an English ice hockey club based in Brighton. The team existed from 1935 until 1965 and were one of the United Kingdom's most successful sides during that period
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Nottingham Panthers
The Nottingham
Nottingham
Panthers are a British professional ice hockey club based in Nottingham, England. They are members of the Elite Ice Hockey League. The team is officially known as the GMB Nottingham
Nottingham
Panthers due to a sponsorship agreement with the GMB union. The Nottingham
Nottingham
Panthers have won four league titles (two English National League titles, one British National League title and one Elite Ice Hockey League
Elite Ice Hockey League
title), five Championships, six Autumn Cups and eight Challenge Cups during their history. Panthers are the only British team to win European club honours with one Continental Cup. They are the only team to have played in every season where a British league championship has been contested and are the only founding member of the Premier Division in 1983 to have continually participated in the top flight league
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Streatham Royals
Streatham
Streatham
Redhawks (formerly Streatham
Streatham
Redskins and Streatham
Streatham
Ice Hockey Club) is a British ice hockey club based in Streatham, London, England. Amongst the oldest British ice hockey teams still in existence, they were founded in 1932 as Streatham, and added the name Redskins in 1974. During the 1980s, the club were one of the leading teams in the British Hockey League, their biggest rivals being the Nottingham Panthers. By the end of the 1980s, however, the club's fortunes were in decline and they were relegated from the Premier Division in 1989. The club competes in the developmental NIHL South Division 1, where they finished runners-up to the Invicta Dynamos
Invicta Dynamos
in the 2006/07 & 2007/2008 season
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Wembley Lions
The Wembley Lions were an English ice hockey team. The team were founded in 1934 but showed a continuity with the London Lions team which had played at various venues since 1924. The Wembley team were based at the newly built Empire Pool in Wembley Park, which they shared with the Wembley Monarchs until 1950. The team entered the English National League, winning it in 1935-36 and 1936-37. After a break during World War II, they returned and again topped the league in 1951-52
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Wembley Monarchs
The Wembley Monarchs were an ice hockey team in the United Kingdom. They were founded in 1929 as the Grosvenor House Canadians, transferred to Wembley Canadians for the 1934-35 season and became the Monarchs in 1936. The team played in the English League 1931-35, 1936–37 and in the English National League 1935-36, 1937-50. The Grosvenor House Canadians played their home matches at the Park Lane Rink but from 1934 the Empire Pool in Wembley Park, London, (now the SSE Arena) was the home ice for the Canadians/Monarchs (which they shared with the Wembley Lions)
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Dunfermline Vikings
The Dunfermline
Dunfermline
Vikings were an ice hockey club based in Dunfermline, Scotland
Scotland
that played between 1946 and 1955. They played in the Scottish National League between their formation and 1954. In that year they became one of the founding members of the British National League. They finished bottom of the Autumn Cup table with two wins from 22 games, before withdrawing from the league after 11 games of the regular season in 1955. Honours[edit]Scottish Playoff champions : 1946–47 Scottish Autumn Cup winners : 1946–47 Canada Cup winners : 1946–47 Simpson Trophy winners : 1947–48References[edit]Chambers, Michael A. (ed.) (November 2000). Nottingham Panthers Statistical Guidebook 1946–2000. ISBN 0-9539398-0-4. CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) " Dunfermline
Dunfermline
Vikings". A to Z Encyclopedia of Ice Hockey
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Paisley Pirates
The Paisley Pirates were founded in 1946 and are one of the oldest ice hockey clubs in Scotland
Scotland
and the UK (the oldest being the Fife Flyers). The Pirates were the epitome of the game in Scotland
Scotland
during the 1950s. In season 1953–54 they won the Autumn Cup, the Scottish Cup and the Canada Cup. Their success brought them to the British National League, but local supporters could ill afford to travel to Southern England
Southern England
and gradually support waned. Both Pirates' junior team, Paisley Wildcats, followed by the Pirates themselves were dissolved
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Dundee Tigers
Orange, Black, White               General manager Colin McLeodHead coach Ian CarstairsCaptain Stuart BarnettFranchise history1938–1955 Dundee
Dundee
Tigers1987–1988 Dundee
Dundee
Tigers1988– Tayside Tigers2000–present Dundee
Dundee
TigersChampionshipsScottish National League 1938–39, 1939–40, 1948–49, 2001–02SNL Playoff Championship 2013The Dundee
Dundee
Tigers are a Scottish ice hockey team, based in the city of Dundee. The present team play in the Scottish National League, and have won the competition once. Earlier incarnations of the Tigers have won numerous titles since the late 1930s.Contents1 History 2 2013–14 roster 3 External links 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] The first Dundee
Dundee
Tigers team was founded in 1938
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Ayr Raiders
Scottish National League [1] British League [1] Northern League [1]Founded 1939Operated 1939-1992Home arena Ayr
Ayr
Ice Rink (Beresford Terrace) (1939-72) [1] Ayr
Ayr
Ice Rink (Limekiln Road) (1972-92) [1]Franchise history1939-55 Ayr
Ayr
Raiders [1]1963-66 Ayr
Ayr
Rangers [1]1966-91 Ayr
Ayr
Bruins [1]1991-92 Ayr
Ayr
Raiders [1]The Ayr
Ayr
Bruins were an ice hockey club based in Ayr, Scotland
Scotland
between 1939 and 1992
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1960-61 British Ice Hockey Season
The 1960–61 British Ice Hockey season was the first season for many years that failed to have an organised league structure after the British National League was disbanded.[1] The costs involved for the teams had risen as a direct result of travelling long distances and the league had seen a gradual decrease in participating teams in previous years since the amalgamation of the English and Scottish teams during the 1954-55 British Ice Hockey season. University Match[edit]The Varsity match took place between Oxford University and Cambridge University on February 17 at the Richmond Sportsdome.[2]Ahearne Cup[edit] ScoresDjurgarden 6 - Sodertalje 3 Sodertalje 7 - Wembley 5 Djurgarden 7 - Wembley 1Ahearne Cup GP W L T GF GA Pts Djurgårdens IF 2 2 0 0 13 4 4 Södertälje SK 2 1 1 0 10 11 2 Wembley Lions 2 0 2 0 6 14 0References[edit]^ "Club history". Nottingham Panthers.  ^ ""Sports in Brief." Times [London, England] 14 Jan. 1961"
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1962-63 British Ice Hockey Season
The 1962–63 British Ice Hockey season saw a return for the Scottish League but there was still no league structure in England for the third consecutive year.[1] Durham Wasps competed in the Scottish League.Contents1 University Match 2 Scottish League2.1 Regular season2.1.1 Group A 2.1.2 Group B3 ReferencesUniversity Match[edit]Cambridge University defeated Oxford University 6-4 at the Richmond Ice Rink.[2]Scottish League[edit] Regular season[edit] Eight teams participated in the league, it utilized an inter-linked schedule, as t
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1961-62 British Ice Hockey Season
The 1961–62 British Ice Hockey season had no organised league structure for the second consecutive year.[1]University Match[edit]The University Varsity match took place between Oxford University and Cambridge University on 2 March at the Richmond Ice Rink. Cambridge won 11-1.[2]References[edit]^ "British National League". Hockey DB.com.  ^ ""University ICE Hockey Teams." Times [London, England] 2 Mar. 1962"
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1974-75 British Ice Hockey Season
The 1974–75 British Ice Hockey season featured the Northern League for teams from Scotland and the north of England and the Southern League for teams from the rest of England. Whitley Warriors won the Northern League and Streatham Redskins won the Southern League.[1]
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1959–60 British National League Season
The 1959–60 British National League season was the sixth and final season of the British National League (1954–1960)
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